Position Title: Executive Director of the Asbury Latino Center
Department: Florida Dunnam Campus
Reports to: VP of the Florida Dunnam Campus; Provost
FLSA Classification: Exempt
Hours: Minimum of 40 per week
The Executive Director of the Asbury Latino Center will be a bilingual Faculty-Administrator who will be responsible for leading the continued expansion and success of the Asbury Latino Center (ALC) with a particular focus on the Bilingual Graduate Program (BGP). This person will lead in strengthening the ties between the administrative, non-academic and graduate work of the ALC. This person will enhance integration of the ALC into the broader work of the Seminary and will provide oversight for the Director of the ALC who will hold primary responsibility for the grant initiatives and certificates of the ALC.
The Executive Director will teach in a discipline aligned with the needs of the ALC and the School of Urban Ministries (such as leadership, theology or biblical studies with a focus on missional or marketplace ministry) with an anticipated teaching load of 3 courses per academic year. At least one course per year will be taught in the Bilingual Graduate Program (which includes the Seminary’s Master of Arts core and classes from the Master of Arts in Ministry).
Additionally, the Executive Director will collaborate with both practical and academic engagement of the faculty with the work of the Office of Faith Work and Economics (OFWE) as appropriate in the new organization of the OFWE.
Provide leadership and hands-on engagement for the Bilingual Graduate Program by cultivating vision and strategy for the growth and delivery of a bilingual pathway to a selected Master’s degree.
Collaborate with the Director of the Asbury Latino Center - Certificate and Grant Initiatives to create appropriate structures to facilitate growth in accordance with the seminary’s vision and the needs of the Latino Church.
Collaborate with the faculty and instructional design team to ensure the development of courses and resources aligned with the Piper Grant and the broader ALC that will promote holistic growth.
Develop vision and strategies for recruitment and networking that embrace all the programs of the ALC in collaboration with FL EMT.
Supportive Networks (SN)
Provide leadership for the recruitment and development of networks and relationships with key leaders who will engage the work of Asbury Latino Center, Office of Faith and Economics and Asbury Seminary.
Partner with the Associate VP of Enrollment Management Team to develop pathways to growing enrollment through the Bilingual Graduate Program, appropriate degree path and the Office of Faith Work and Economics.
Collaborate in the cultivation and execution of Global Partnerships and missional engagement.